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3. The Plate Test (below): Drop a tablespoon (15 mL) of the mixture onto a cold plate and freeze for 5 minutes. Remove the plate from the freezer. The mixture is done if it wrinkles when pushed with a fork. Essential: Remove the kettle from the heat while you are doing sheet or plate tests, because if heated past the jelly stage, the mixture will go to the soft ball candy stage. Home Canning Equipment and Methods There may be some lingering habits from the past that are confusing the whole issue of sterilization and food safety for you.
Good With • Anise herbs such as sweet cicely, tarragon, chervil. • Sweet seasonings such as ginger, vanilla, almond. • Semi-soft cheeses such as Asadero, fontina and Monterey Jack. • Other fruit, such as apricots, peaches, nectarines, bananas, cherries, plums. • Other berries, such as blackberries, blueberries, currants, elderberries, gooseberries, huckleberries, loganberries, mulberries, strawberries. • Toasted almonds and pecans, chocolate, lemon desserts. • Chicken; mild fish such as tilapia, orange roughy and haddock.
Of course, there are other, measurable reasons for buying locally produced food. There are documented facts about the number of kilometres produce travels, its ripeness, the methods employed to keep it “edible,” barrels of fossil fuels used, wasteful packaging, factory farming, irradiation, genetic engineering, food safety, pesticides, animal welfare and the accumulated effect these factors are having on the health of both the environment and the individuals consuming factory food. But for me, it is simple: get to know the guy who raises the turnips and you will eat better and probably be healthier.